Salsa Verde Beef is perfect for burritos, tacos, or quesadillas, or you can eat in lettuce wraps, low carb tortillas or over a salad if you want a low-carb meal! Put one of these Three Must-Try Recipes for Salsa Verde Beef on your dinner menu for Taco Tuesday tomorrow!
Three Must-Try Recipes for Salsa Verde Beef includes three fabulous recipes for salsa verde beef for your recipe file. Both the Instant Pot and slow cooker will result in spicy, tender beef ready to stuff into a tortilla for a taco, roll in a burrito, or load on top of a salad.
You choose the cooking method you prefer and let the salsa verde beef cook while you work or play for a few hours. When you come back to it you have spicy salsa verde beef ready and waiting to be served. Sounds delicious and easy peasy, right? Enjoy!
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Slow Cooker Salsa Verde Shredded Beef from The Perfect Pantry uses a flat cut brisket, covered with a dry rub and simmered in a tart green salsa verde sauce made from tomatillos instead of tomatoes. During the long, slow cooking process the salsa mellows and the beef tenderizes. Then, almost like magic, it turns into a hot and spicy shredded beef that is loaded with flavor. Your family will sing your praises and undoubtedly gobble it up. They may even come back for seconds.
Pressure Cooker (or Slow Cooker) Low-Carb Flank Steak Tacos with Spicy Mexican Slaw from Kalyn’s Kitchen started with flank steak. Kalyn said, “I haven’t cooked flank steak too much, and it’s not the cheapest cut of beef you could use for tacos, but I loved these flank steak tacos because the meat shredded apart just the right amount, and the flavor was great too. I made the recipe low-carb by using my favorite Mission Brand Low-Carb Tortillas and making sure to choose a salsa without added sugar, but if you don’t care about low-carb just use any tortillas you prefer.”
Slow Cooker Salsa Beef Tacos from Belly Full combines boneless beef chuck roast with a few Mexican spices, onion and garlic, and salsa verde. The beef then cooks in an amazing tomatillo sauce for 8 hours in the slow cooker. Serve stuffed in corn tortillas and top with ripe avocado and a squeeze of lime. Sounds delicious and I think this would be an awesome meal to come home to after a long day at work!
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